Diversity Exercise - • Name your favorite sports team (or...

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Diversity Exercise This is NOT for a grade. Next class time (Wed or Thurs), you will stand up and introduce yourself and briefly tell the class: a. Your name and any significance or meaning to your name. b. One thing that is unique about you that you do not think anyone else in the class possesses. This can be anything, however, it needs to be specific so as to try not to duplicate someone else. For example, too general, “I like sports” or “I like football”….chances are, someone in the class likes football also. Other generalities to avoid might be, “I like to dance” “I have two sisters” etc. Past student specific examples are a yellow car, youngest of nine, struck by lightening twice, bullet still lodged in them, certain amount of traffic tickets, coach young hockey players at “xyz”league, have visited all 50 states, speak 5 languages and named them, the specific country and town you are from and so forth. c. ONE question from below (pick one) What is your favorite TV show (and why?)
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Unformatted text preview: • Name your favorite sports team (or player) • What type of music best reflects your personality and style? • If you were stuck on a desert island, which three people would you take with you? • Describe your perfect day • Which newspapers do you read regularly? • If you had the power to change the world (i.e.the nation, a certain organization), which one would you tackle first? • Which writer best reflects your views of life? • Describe your neighborhood. What characteristics make it feel like home? • What are your interests and hobbies? • Whom do you most admire? • Describe the perfect life. • If you could have dinner with any person alive today, who would it be? • Tell about a time when you had to take a stand for something you truly believed. • What is the most important lesson you have learned in life? • Everyone has something to offer. What is it that you can teach someone? • Describe the perfect nation...
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2008 for the course BA 3300 taught by Professor Gleason during the Fall '08 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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